What do you know about Univeersity of Kentucky/ the Equine Science degree?

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        11-18-2012, 02:59 PM
    Question What do you know about Univeersity of Kentucky/ the Equine Science degree?

    Hey! I still have a few more years until college but am trying to get a head start. After looking at a lot of colleges and degrees I think an equine science/ management degree sounds exactly like what I have been looking for. I want to work more on the health side with horses without really becoming a vet. I have been volunteering at a rescue and have really been enjoying the rehabilitation but am also very interested in message therapy and maybe even therapudic riding. University of Kentucky is the closest college to me I have found that offers this degree and although I have done a lot of research, I still don't know all that much about it or the degree. So has anyone been there or have a friend that has? Also what kind of jobs do you think I would be able to get or possibly start my own business with this degree? Im open to almost anything :) Thanks!

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